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the privacy interests of americans. this amendment would also give us another chance to amend this f.a.a. after we receive this report by adjusting the sunset not to 2017 but to 2015. this new expiration date would align the sunset of the fisa amendments act with those in the patriot act, allowing for more comprehensive review of both surveillance authorizations. concerns about privacy rights of law-abiding american citizens, as well as the striking lack of current public information, are also why i support senator merkley's amendment to direct the administration to establish a framework for declassifying fisa court opinions about the f.a.a. secure sources and methods vital to the success of our intelligence community must be protected, and i agree with that, and this amendment would do that, but the default, the default position here ought to be that the legal analysis about the government's use of warrantless surveillance in this country is public rather than hidden from view. i also strongly support senator wyden's amendment to force the intelligence community to provide congress and
to the faa asking them to allow use of mobile phones, tablets and other electronic devices during all portions of flight. right now faa requires passengers to turn devices off during takeoff and landing. officials say they will review that policy. >>> as mike coaches his kids he is wondering do i really think i'm going to live twice as long? >> having teenaged boys is going to make me live longer, really? >> have two hour and see if you live four times as long we are well past that stage, thank you though. thank you very much. good morning. i feed to get out and soak up some -- i need to get out and soak up some of the sun or go to tahoe and have the breeze in my face and snow guns blowing snow all over me that would be wonderful. my family still does not like snow from the three years we spent in minnesota, crazy. back here at moment, gorgeous picture of lake tahoe from heavenly resort from mount tamalpais, little hazy, a few high clouds, a lot of sun in the forecast right now. you can see reinforces notion of dry air we don't see ray tkrarpbs we are in a holding pattern as far as we
. >>> [ unintelligible ] chairman of the fcc has sent a letter to the faa asking them to allow use of mobile phones, tablets and other electronic devices during all portions of flight. right now faa requires passengers to turn devices off during takeoff and landing. officials say they will review that policy. >>> as mike coaches his kids he is wondering do i really think i'm going to live twice as long? >> having teenaged boys is going to make me live longer, really? >> have two hour and see if you live four times as long we are well past that stage, thank you though. thank you very much. good morning. i feed to get out and soak up some -- i need to get out and soak up some of the sun or go to tahoe and have the breeze in my face and snow guns blowing snow all over me that would be wonderful. my family still does not like snow from the three years we spent in minnesota, crazy. back here at moment, gorgeous picture of lake tahoe from heavenly resort from mount tamalpais, little hazy, a few high clouds, a lot of sun in the forecast right now. you can see reinforces notion of dry air we don't see ray
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, play a game or use your e-reader. the chairman is urging the faa to change the policies. >> and sent a letter to the faa requesting the use of tablets and devices from take off to landing. you are required to turn these devices off during take off. >>> and time is running out, you have less than 2 weeks to buy a coin commemorating the brighting of the star spangled banner. they depict the battle of the war of 1812. they will be available until december 17th. >>> another battle to tell you about this morning. which is better, federal hill or captiol hill. the travel channel is comparing the two in a new show and today they will be at the cross street market looking for a sp- fplt and the executive director of the baltimore public markets. good morning to you. >> how are you. give us the one moment where it will put federal hill over on captiol hill. >> i would like to tell you a brief story. i have a daughter who lives and works in washington, dc. i travel the area visiting my daughter. , they want to talk about the pride and where they are from. and they are from. >> when you talk to
about turning off electronics before your flight takes off. >> now the faa wants to allow everyone, you, me, everyone to use tablets, e-readers and other devices before taking off. >> if you have been on a flict you know you are required to -- on a flight you are required to turn everything off. >>> apple is making a splash and nothing to do with the iphone or ipad. the ceo announced that macs will have three words next year, made in america. right now the macs are made in china. it is a new wave of think hog say the cost of shipping finished products does not add up. >>> welcome to the national fruit cake month. yes, december, we're seven days in. when uncle larry comes, can you thank or curse the romans. it was called raisins and pine nuts. but lost over the years though is something that make those heavy breaks of cake more enjoyable. you see in the old days they were soaked in brandy to preserve them and prevent mold. now most mass produced fruit take does not come with alcohol. unless you include the six pack that uncle larry brings. >>> we're guilty of it, sharing office gossip ar
rectangles. i do have another prediction next year. i've been fighting with the faa to try to let us use devices on airplanes on take off and landing? >> gavin: yes, tell me about that. >> it's not talking on cellphones. >> gavin: you don't care about our safety. >> it's total utter nonsense. >> gavin: it is not true? >> it's not true. >> gavin: i believe everything i'm told. so that's not true? >> it's not true. these are legacy rules that existed decades ago before even ipads and kindles existed. last year in december, a year ago this week i wrote about this article saying why do we have these rules? the faa say these devices could harm planes. so about a month later they allowed pilots to start using ipads in the cockpit. wait a second, why can pilots use ipads and i can't. they said, well two ipads is better than 200. we tested ipads and kindles and it turns out they do anything to the plane. boeing has a rule that it takes a plane with stand 200 volts per square meter of energy coming off of a device. and an ipad puts off .00006 microvolts. you had needyou would need a football team
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on airplanes. right now, the rule is that you have to turn off your devices. the faa will -- will review the policy. >> president obama will take the oath of office again in the next few months. eva longoria has been named co- chair of his ann arbor community -- inaugural committee. she served as part of his campaign. she also spoke at the democratic national committee. >> "good morning america to go -- "good morning america" will go on line. it will include a various guests and contributors. awfully you check that out. >> absolutely. 4:56 right now. >> metro will be doing a lot of work. trying to get it all done this weekend. passengers, you will need to have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? hhead back to the dealership? [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a passat. that's the power of german engineering.
and we have delays of up to four hours on arriving and departing flights according to the faa. at the bay bridge we are getting >> a portrait of the holiday traffic we can expect next week. light traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza. on interstate 580 and highway 4 it lighter than usual drive times. 22 minutes for the drive to the all the mob has westbound. coming down the 2 05 to the dublin interchange. all is well for the south bay, peninsula and north bay rights. >> this is the san francisco international airport parking lot. the crowds have been growing steadily throughout the morning. today will be one of the busiest travel days of the year for s f o. mike pelton is monitoring the situation out there. no rain yet but have the delays are restarted to read this area? >> the faa has already announced for our delays for some of arriving flights at s f o. i talk to the duty manager and he says they're keeping an eye on the weather in san francisco. they may have to but the ground like cover on into effect. if you are flying today you will want to check your flight status before leaving th
be able to retire at your phones airplane mode. that is because "the new york times" reports that the faa may relax the rules on electronics. right now, you are supposed to turn off all of your devices. the faa said it will review the policy. netflix is feeling the heat from the sec. >> the hotel industry is gearing up for the upcoming in operation. -- inauguration. >> president obama may be no stranger to the white house, but hotels in the nation's capitol will offer special guest packages. the inauguration is big business for the hospitality industry. local hotels generated more than $100 million in revenue on the last inauguration back in 2009. let's talk netflix -- aco reid hastings is in the hot seat. he posted on facebook that online viewing exceeded 1 billion hours. the sec says that posting on facebook does not qualify as a pair public disclosure. in the meantime, research from prudential shows that gays better at managing money spent the average american. according to respondents they had significantly higher annual incomes and less debt. that is the business news. have a great
of the electronic devices. his outrage lives on after calling for major overha of the faa rules telling him t theo get with the times already. for more on this, executive vice president of the coalition of airline pilots association and fouer of airfare watcog.com join us n. captain, i will start with you first. seems to me the fcc chairman was a flight one day, misd e call and was likely have to change these rules otherwise wowod haveak themmso long? >> all else, how could we get a situatiin that washington without something like that. tracy: why now? what have their phones on for years now, i always forget to turn ne down when they tell me to, the ane never crashes. >> ultimately we know this is a replacement has been around for a while, clearly the faa is lookg at, sec is interested in but there i there's a process i. better take this process in almost every approval making them begin to look at whether there's a new rulerom scratch or is it modification. the rulemaking process is noin play. announced they were forming an industry stakehoer group to look at the iss and those have historically t
, the chairman of the fcc just sent a letter to the head of the faa, calling for flyers to have greater use of their gadgets, including tablets and e-readers. the faa said it would review its policy. that will not include cell phone call use. >>> you already know about the potential for tax hikes if congress and the president fail to reach an agreement before the fiscal cliff deadline at the end of the month. for airline passengers, the triggered automatic cuts could also affect your travel plans. here is cnn's sandra endow. >> reporter: this is air travel now. cut that by a billion dollars and it could ground millions of travelers. >> in the 56 years of the faa's history, there's not been anything as threatening as sequestration. >> reporter: aerospace industries association paints a doomsday scenario. 250 small airports may have to close and 1,500 air traffic controllers laid off. former faa administrator heads the lobby group. >> faa is not one of those places that if you are looking for smart cuts you would go. it's an operational agency. it's a safety agency. and you sure don't want to
i am telling the faa administrator over in the corridor here. faa was the one that regulates these test flights. that is an interesting story. i have to go back a few years for a. seek out the experience and learn for them. peering into the rocket nozzle of spaceshipone -- one of the rocket scientists came over with von braun in 1946. he died just this last year. i tried to involve these guys. max does not have an engineering degree, but he is the one who designed the shape of the mercury capsule. you know, that dome on the bottom and the los seats? he did that. he designed the german capsule. that is some kind of hero. and by the way, for two and a half years of the first three years of the space program we were covert. we did not tell anybody we were doing at. we made an announcement we were going to roll out a new surprise. and i thought of max, because i thought, he ought to come here and tell me whether this would work. i really respect him if he did all that neat design. i said, maps, this is something really new. you love got to tell me -- max, this is something really
. >> there are no hard and fast rules. currently the faa hasn't even issued their final rules on using these. >> reporter: it's not just privacy advocates who are cautious. there's a bill in sacramento that would establish regulations on drones to protect people's privacy. there's a call to have enforceable safe guards in place. >> what gainer keys can you give them -- guarantees can you give them? >> it's a matter of trust, and there are some individual who is don't trust government, who don't trust law enforcement, and i don't know how we can ever convince them. >> reporter: the public protection committee is expected to hold a public hearing on the drone issue sometime in january. if the committee approves them it will go back to the board of supervisors for final approval. >>> john mcafee has surfaced in public for the first time in weeks. he is in a hotel in guatemala city after sneaking out of beliz where he is a person of interest in the murder of his neighbor. in his last blog post, he says he has hired guatemala's former attorney general to petition the country's government to allow him to stay
to be used. the sheriff admits it's still a gray area. >> there are no hard and fast rules. current the faa hasn't issued their final rules on using these. >> it's not just privacy advocates that are cautious. there's a bill in sacramento that would establish regulations on drones to protect privacy. a call to have enforceable safeguards in place. >> what guarantees can you give them. >> it's a matter of trust. and i know there are some individuals that don't trust government. who don't trust law enforcement. and i don't know how we can ever convince them. >> the public protection committee is expected to hold a committee on the drone issue in january. if the committee approves it it will go to the board of officials for final approval. >> john mcafee has a new tactic to evade police in balize. he wants asylum in guatemala. the software tycoon surfaced in guatemala today. he fled balize where he's wanted for murder. mcafee says he hired guatemala's former attorney general to petition the country's government to allow him to stay. >>> in oakland city hall hundreds of people are lined up in t
houston. the faa is ordering checks on fuel line connections on all 787s. poor connections could cause fuel loss, engine shutdowns, or fires. the city of lights is hitting the dimmer switch. this week, officials in paris proposed a plan for shops and public buildings to turn off lights at night to cut costs and save energy. already, museums, churches and the eiffel tower go dark for the night. not everyone is saying "oui." some are concerned the plan will be a turn-off for tourists. however, the french government hopes the ban extends nationwide. now that there's a baby on the way for the duke and duchess of cambridge, entrepreneurs are popping up with money-making ideas. similar to what happened in the days leading up to royal wedding, the expected bundle of joy is causing a stir in the financial world, including wagers on baby names and whether multiple babies will be born. "i think any time you get a royal, even of this magnitude, the first thing that business owners will think about is how can i make money, and there will be ways, from different types of cups to ornaments." that wa
putting the iphone away on a plane. the fcc is urging the faa to allow more use of devices during take off and landings. it had planned to review policies on electronic devices while in flight. >>> a recent poll found 25%over american had a stance on the debt reduction plan. here's the catch, it's a fake. it was a test to see just how many people who speak out on something they clearly don't know a thing about. 8% supported the mythical plan. 17% opposed it. compare that to the 39% of voters who were willing to share their thoughts on a real policy up for debate in congress. kind of funny. >>> you have to do your research. that's what you have to do. 50 shades of grey is paying off in green for some workers. random house is promising each employee a $5000 bonus to celebrate a profitable year. much of the company's success could be linked to the wildly successful 50 shades. the first of the book has been on the best seller for 37 weeks already. the e-books have been in the top 5 for even longer a very trilogy. >> i read all three in maybe two weeks. >> they should send you a bonus. >> i lik
unusual, isn't it, to have lights in the sky around christmas time? actually did talk to the faa. they said visually we have no idea what those were, and neither do we. will be easy to see fog in the morning. about 9:00 you will see 40s. plenty of sun, but not for long. high pressure in command of the eastern pacific is going to slightly nudge out east. we will get sunny early and then this long trough in the pacific will begin to sink south. as it does, the temperatures will fall like a set of car keys in the bay area. rain will be coming down as well. not nearly as much as the epic rain 10 days ago. but never theless, wednesday things get wet. 41 at livermore. for tomorrow, not as warm as it was today. ant 60 on average. it will really get cooler on wednesday. look ahead on the 5-day forecast. increasing clouds. wet for wednesday. look at next weekend. saturday, sunday looks cloudy and maybe a few showers or maybe not. we'll see. hard to tell right now, but wednesday will be wet and cold. >> the lights, maybe they are aliens. maybe not. >> we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, d
since no one could identify what these lights were, we can call them ufos, however, the faa says that no reports of the aircraft in the bay area. and so for the record, liz and ken, i'm in the neighborhood where the sightings were and i can tell you tonight, no strange lights. >> the coast is clear. >> he's been around longer than me and you put together. and i don't think that the guy has been wrong once in his life. >> you don't think? >> well, you know, what was it then? what was it? >> floating lights, definitely not aliens invading. >> if ken is gone, we'll know why. >> don't answer bing. thanks. >>> it doesn't take a genius to figure out that san francisco is a great place to live. >> yeah, but having a few moregeniuses in san francisco couldn't hurt. and that is because the city has come in second on a list of america's smartest cities. you know who is smartest? boston. yeah, that's right. at least according to their website. san francisco, number 2, seattle number 3. and fourth was vancouver, canada. rounding out the top five, new york city. >>> and still ahead, why th
checked with the faa. no reports of unusual aircraft flying over the bay area this past weekend. so ken, do you care to weigh in and maybe guess? >> i've known ben a long time. he's never been wrong. and you understand it couldn't be a star ship because that travels at warp speed. everyone knows that. >> reporter: whatever. >> linda yee on a mission tonight. thank you, linda. >>> errors in apple's mapping application are leading australian drivers into life- threatening situations. drivers have been led to a remote state park. it's a park with extremely high temperatures and virtually no phone reception. at least four people have needed to be rescued. apple says it has updated its new maps after police put out a warning. >>> looks like the new university of california logo is here to stay, that despite over 42,000 petition signatures against it. the new, more modern uc logo came out, but critics say it doesn't match the elegance of the old mark. just doesn't make any sense. >> it's just a rubber stamp nothing, doesn't mean anything. >> the regents say it is more versatile, easier to wor
but said it slipped away. >> going down the tubes. before it started raining the faa decided to reduce the number of flights in and out of sfo because of low cloud cover and forecast for rain. >> i thought it was going to rain so we left early but it was nice, beautiful. >> reporter: she was shocked when she heard her flight was cancelled. the weather seemed clear she let her son drive away leaving her here alone. >> i got here at 5:00 and i've been here ever since. that put me on standby at 12. i don't know if not we have to wait until 5:00. >> mother nature is not on the nice list today. >> reporter: there have been 50 cancellations, mostly regional because of the winds out of the south with the rain and low cloud cover. they called it early so airlines could start adjusting. >> they put a plan in place in advance of rainfall to cope with the fact that we land less aircraft per hour. >> reporter: on one of the busiest travel days of the holiday season after other airports in the country had delays because of snow storms leaving many feeling grumpy. >> this is decreasing my visit of a
are in critical can. >> the faa is investigating the cause of a small plane crash in san diego county that killed three members of an arizona family. the home-built plane went down in a nature preserve near santaee. the crash victims have been identified only as a 65-year-old man, his 53-year-old wife, and they're 19-year-old daughter. >>> coming up, highlights of the niners and raiders. >>> the amazing video that shows a russian plane crashing into a highway. >> and leigh glaser will you know how much grandma wanted to be here for your fist christmas? you see grandma lives waaaay down here, and you live way up here. brian, your cousin, he's a little bit older than you, he lives here, in chicago. and your aunt lisa lives here, in baltimore. uncle earnie? waaay out in hawaii. but don't you worry, we will always be together for christmas. [ male announcer ] being together is the best part of the holidays and cheerios is happy to be part of the family. you just ate dallas! >> ama: new video shows a plane crashing into traffic in russian. the video is from a passing car. the plane overshot the runway
. >> going down the tubes. before it started raining the faa decided to reduce the number of flights in and out of sfo because of low cloud cover and forecast for rain. >> i thought it was going to rain so we left early but it was nice, beautiful. >> reporter: she was shocked when she heard her flight was cancelled. the weather seemed clear she let her son drive away leaving her here alone. >> i got here at 5:00 and i've been here ever since. that put me on standby at 12. i don't know if not we have to wait until 5:00. >> mother nature is not on the nice list today. >> reporter: there have been 50 cancellations, mostly regional because of the winds out of the south with the rain and low cloud cover. they called it early so airlines could start adjusting. >> they put a plan in place in advance of rainfall to cope with the fact that we land less aircraft per hour. >> reporter: on one of the busiest travel days of the holiday season after other airports in the country had delays because of snow storms leaving many feeling grumpy. >> this is decreasing my visit of a week, by a day. and t
not be affected, but passengers could face longer waits at security. the faa could also see its budget cut and lose thousands of air traffic controllers. >> everybody's pocketbook and livelihood is tied to the aviation system. so the impact of the aviation system not being able to provide the service that they do today would be devastating. >>> california's water worries are easing. just how much of an impact the recent storms have made on our water supply. >>> plus, a puppy gets a new lease on life. he was found shivering in a trash can. >>> clear and cold. here's a look over the bay. plus, a check on your seven-day forecast, coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, intensive care. hospitaliz >>> former president george h.w. bush is out of intensive care. mr. bush, who is 88, was hospitalized with bronchitis last month in houston. he was moved into intensive care december 23 after he developed a fever. doctors say his condition is improving and he was moved to a regular hospital room today. they say he is in good spirits. >>> well, our recent winter storms have washed away many of our memories of l
and land from the north but because of the storm and winds faa has been departing from the south. airport officials are advising travelers to call their airline or check the status before coming to the airport. >> there are flights that are leaving on time today. but because of the weather -- the weather conditions i think we can expect to see some continued delays today and also perhaps a few more cancellations. >> reporter: today is one of the busiest travel days of the holiday season. airport officials expect 130,000 travelers to come through between now and january 6th, 2 million are expected. we checked with the other airports. neither are reporting cancellations. at san jose, just a few minor delays. back to you. >> thank you. >>> watch out for the slippery roadways if you are headed to the sierra this holiday weekend. as rosemary just mentioned a winter storm warning just went into effect. the rain we're getting here in the bay area means dumping snow up in the mountains. that's good news for sierra ski resorts. wind and snow are expected today in elevations above 4500 feet. we jus
. galante in her role as acting f.a.a. commissioner has failed, mr. president, to take serious actions to shore up the solvensolvency and prevent a tar bailout of the federal housing streasmghts the latest actuarial report shows that f.h.a. has a negative economic value and a taxpayer bailout is most likely. despite these warnings, f.h.a. waited until april of 2012 to raise additional premiums and secretary donovan, secretary of h.u.d., has testified to the senate banking committee that it will wait until next year to increase premiums by a meager 10 basis points. despite having statutory authority to do more to protect the taxpayers. ms. gallon lay tai has deathed the true -- ms. galante has denied the true severity of the problems. last year she said, "there's no evidence or widespread prediction that home prices are going to decline to the kind of levels that would require a bailout." really? yet, although some prices have risen slightly, the f.h.a.'s financial position continues to deteriorate. several experts now conclude that a taxpayer bail outis simply a matter of time, mr. pre
. passengers could face longer waits at security. the faa could see its budget cut, and that means fewer planes, passengers, and cargo. >> everybody's pocketbook and livelihood is tied to the aviation system. the impact of it not being able to provide the service they do today would be devastating. >> if washington can't reach a compromise, are the economic recovery could stall. >>> a new york woman has been charged with murder as a hate crime for allegedly pushing a man in front of a subway train. police say the surveillance video they released help find 31-year-old erica menendez. she admitted shoving the man and told police she hates hindus and muslims. the victim was from india, but it's unclear if he was muslim or hindu. she could face 25 years to life in prison. >>> the body of the woman who was gang raped has erupted debate about violence in india. authorities added murder charges for the six suspects. for many protestors around the country, the charges are not enough. >> reporter: thousands of indians paid tribute to the 23-year-old physical therapy student who still hasn't been identif
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just checked the faa website. in addition to that we are seeing four-hour delays arriving into sfo. so in addition to the potential departure delays you have arriving delays as well so again, the best bet is to double-check those flights before you get to the airport and make sure you have a bit of extra time today to travel. reporting live at sfo, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> a little patience, too. all right, cate, thank you. >>> breaking news in north san jose. right now police are investigating a deadly stabbing. around 3 a.m., police arrived on scene at oakland road near brokaw to find a man with at least one stab wound. he was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. police have not identified a suspect. >>> antioch police are searching for a second suspect after a robbery, police chase and this fiery crash. officers say the two people robbed the bonfair market on 10th street around 1:00 in the morning. police caught up to them and started a chase that came to a crashing halt when the car went into a wall on west trigalis road and burst into flames. police are still trying to figur
and a low ceiling, the faa says it has put the traffic management program inin effect for sfo. that means starting at 9:00, this airport won't be able to use all of the runways because of the weather. and that could mean delays according to the faa of up to four hours for flights scheduled to arrive here at sfo. now this is supposed to effect flights coming in and out of the airport after 9:00 a.m. our time. it is having a ripple effect on some earlier flights. the airport duty manager says to expect 30-60 minute delays for many departing flights leaving sfo. so far 15 departing flights have been canceled. 12 arriving flights have also been canceled. again this is the busiest travel day of the holiday season for san francisco international with 130,000 people coming through. so the crowds and some of the new cancellations and delays we were just learning about could make things difficult for travelers today. so the advice as always is to check your individual airline before you head to the airport. but you may want to give yourself extra time and be aware the weather coming into the bay a
published on my website, i will tell you what i am telling the faa administrator over in the corridor here. faa was the one that regulates these test flights. that is an interesting story. i have to go back a few years for a. seek out the experience and learn for them. peering into the rocket nozzle of spaceshipone -- one of the rocket scientists came over with von braun in 1946. he died just this last year. i tried to involve these guys. max does not have an engineering degree, but he is the one who designed the shape of the mercury capsule. you know, that dome on the bottom and the los seats? he did that. he designed the german capsule. that is some kind of hero. and by the way, for two and a half years of the first three years of the space program we were covert. we did not tell anybody we were doing at. we made an announcement we were going to roll out a new surprise. and i thought of max, because i thought, he ought to come here and tell me whether this would work. i really respect him if he did all that neat design. i said, maps, this is something really new. you love got to tell me
could soon gain more protections. the faa are proposing to share the responsibility for flight attendant safety on planes. for the first time they would be able to report workplace injuries and illnesses to ocea. if approved it would end a 37 year era where the faa claimed responsibility for cabin safety. >> today is day five of a strike that's shut down seven of eight terminals at the port of los angeles and three at the port of long beach. long shore men walked off the job to support a clerical worker strike and that's caused nine ships to be diverted to other ports including oakland. 40% of the imports pass through the ports in los angeles and long beach. >>> at the port of oakland a possible freement has been reached there. members of is the diu local 1021 are set to vote next week. this a week after a worker strike and more than a year after members voted down the last contract. the union is made up of support staff. >> a state board has released a plan to restore the delta to provide a more reliable water supply. the council issued the final draft of its plan yesterday. it includ
the faa issued that air directive, the operator to boeing, boeing reported to the faa and issued the director, got to inspect all the planes. with the electrical problem yesterday, the pilots did the right thing. learned their lesson from swiss air flight 111 many years ago when the pilots had an electrical problem on that flight tried to troubleshoot it in the air. lost precious time and then the plane. in this situation, a sophisticated airplane with all the instruments in cockpit, an alarm, do the first thing you can, put the plane on the ground at the nearest possible airport and that's what they did. >> how safe do you feel they are? cutting edge safety? >> i do. done a lot of testing. i've flown it. pressurize the 5,000. we're used to 8,000. you feel a lot better. >> how many of the 787s are in use? >> only 38 delivered. united airlines only hall three. the largest customer in the united states. 50 onrdrder. a big, big love affair with this plane, as do many other airlines. it's big. because they were so late in being delivered boeing only manufacturers
of that traffic management program put into effect by the faa. that could mean delays up to four hours for flights to arrive here and also delays from 30 to 60 minutes for flights departing from sfo. the spokesperson talked to us about the weather conditions. >> this is one of these winter storms that usually comes out of the south and that causes two things. it causes reduced visibility because of the rain and the clouds. but it also causes the winds to come out of a different direction than what we normally see throughout the year. >> reporter: now, the spokesman said right now there are 35 canceled flights in and out of sfo and the breakdown is about 50/with cancellations and departures and canceled arrivals but they are expecting more weather to have an impact later today. the weather is already having an impact here even though it's not raining. low visibility and the winds as you just heard are causing sfo to change its configuration for its runway. that means not as many flights can come in and out. that means delays. expect that today. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san jose police
. >> the storm in the bay area yesterday caused major delays at s-f-o...the f-a-a was reporting delays on arriving and departing flights at around three hours.. this morning there are no delays out of san francisco international this morning. we'll be keeping an eye on delays out of s-f-o, if any, all morning here on the kron four morning news. >> a sinkhole in the east bay is now even larger than it was when it first collapsed. it happened sunday.. along mountain view road in lafayette. city officials say, a storm drain under the road here, failed.. opening this enormous hole. they widened the hole by 10 feet to place fabric support then boulders on top. officials fear soil errosion could push up the stream and push the creek... possibly leading to flooding of nearby homes when another storm hits. the road could be closed for the entire winter, as crews figure out a plan to replace the drain. >> the rain soaked ground .... means more trees are taking the fall. in richmond.. crews were out cleaning up this forty- foot tree.. it came crashing down on top of a home on florida av
. >> the faa is going to review its policy of electronics on airplanes. it requires is to turn off all electronic devices during takeoff and landing even though there has been no proof that those devices interfere. this comes from the request of the chairman of the federal communications commission. the urging the faa to allow electronic use among airplanes and allowing users from takeoff to a touchdown. >> the favorite way to ring in the new year is always on kron 4. spectacular fireworks will be on kron 4 is new year's show. catherine heenan and sports director, gary rat pack.it is on liv gary radnich -- speaking of sports, once again the raiders try to regroup after their sixth straight loss. and the key free agent has a new team be with e-mail with his lovely wife, alicia... >> good evening, it was ugly of the oakland coliseum in. dennis alen. had to come back and face the denver broncos after dealing with his father's death. this fumble, led with a no-shot >> this is not an overnight process it is going to take some time so the owner with it we can move forward is to continue with
of that when you're back. >> i'm sure you will. let's talk about the flights. the good news is, the faa is not reporting any significant delays at any of the country's major airports. green dots when you look at the map from the faa, and that means delays less than 15 minutes. here in cleveland, this storm that passed through yesterday was really more of a wind event than a snow event. you could see that the parking lot i'm standing on is just wet and there's a dusting here on the grass. and even that wind did not stop or delay any flights out of here. we know this could be a problem as we move through the day for the east coast. but let's talk about the major airport here in the midwest. chicago's o'hare also midway which is a major airport in chicago. over the past few days, hundreds of flights, 500 between the two of those airports were canceled on thursday, a few dozen more on friday. the only concern there is that those passengers who could not get on the regular flights may be delayed until today, and the thousands of thousands of people, tens of thousands of people who passed thr
aboard planes. the article says the scc had sent a letter to faa requesting the use of tablets, e-readers and portable devices from takeoff to landing. the faa requires passengers of course to turn off their phones, tablets and excusers during take -- and computers during takeoff even though there's no proof it interferes. >>> there is a pizza scented perfume in canada. ode to pizza hut. it's very excompliewsive. sorry, there are only 110 bottles made -- exclusive. sorry, there are only 110 bottles made. they're being shipped to select people who responded to a promotional campaign on facebook. a marketing executive says only time will tell whether ode to pizza hut will make it to department stores. >> bacon pizza. you can have it scented with bacon and pizza. >> i predict 110 bottles will still be around. >> it's a great gag gift. think about that. >> depends on how much it costs. >>> you are coming back with more in the next half-hour. >> we were getting off the couch together the last ten or so weeks. you were helping me with my 5k. we'll continue to get off the couch, staying
to 110. you can see the big problem is the worsening weather. just after 5:00 tonight, the faa issued a new warning that this weather and low visibility because of the clouds that travelers especially inhundred bound travelers should expect delays to increase from one hour to three for the rest of the night. >> reporter: notice the delays and cancellations light up this board at sfo. >> i had a 1-hour dehay. i got here really early. i walked around the airport and seen the museum and the international terminal. >> reporter: this traveler says he was so worried that storm damaged roads would make him miss his night he got to the airport with too many hours to spare. he was not alone. >> when i was coming over i checked my flight and i have about an hour dehay. >> airlines tried -- delay. airlines tried to minimize the delays but the number of canceled flights jumped. >> in terms of today's cancellations what we are seeing are happening on more short haul flights up and down the west coast today. >> as the day wore on, it caused a domino effect made worse as a new storm system came in
rules. in fact, currently, the faa hasn't even issued their final rules on using these. >> reporter: it's not just privacy advocates who are cautious. there's a bill in sacramento that would establish regulations on drones to protect people's privacy. there is a duly have enforceable safeguards in place. what sort of guarantees can you give them? >> you know, it's a matter of trust. and i know that there are some individuals who don't trust government who don't trust law enforcement. and i don't know how we can ever convince them. >> reporter: the public protection committee is expected to hold a public hearing sometime in january to take up the issue of drones. if the committee approved the drones it would go back to the board of supervisors for final approval. in berkeley, ann notarangelo, cbs 5. >>> as for u.s. drones over the middle east, the navy says it's not missing any. iran claims to have captured an unmanned america aircraft over the persian gulf and showed it off on tv. the u.s. government denies it. >>> a bipartisan group of governors met with the president and congress to
>> they're already major delays at showing up for the faa in chicago. will tran is live at as at all watching bay area airports. >> so far is not impacted as at all but it is still developing. a lot of people are taking off this morning. tomorrow would be the busiest travel day of the holiday season. it is not as busy as it was 30 minutes ago but they do expect it to happen slowly throughout the day. sir where are you going? >> i am headed to the d.c.. >> using that land. are you staying away from chicago? >> i'd say away from chicago. >> is that because of all the problems? >> yes >> right down there that is an urgent airlines, also quite busy. everything's says it is on time checking the boards but you should get here early because this is a security checkpoint lying. we tell people every year don't wrap your guess just in case they have to check. -- the gifts i will call chicago to see how the airports are doing. and the next segment i will try to get some word on how chicago is doing. >> we of cold to contend with and things will change would be sunshine tomorrow >> we have hazar
. >> i would, too. >>> this is all of you who made it to santa's nice list. the faa says the powered sleigh, santa one, is cleared for its flight around the globe next week. >> santa will get a boost from technology. a special team of elves working for santa has outfitted his sleigh with equipment to navigate near cities. and you'll be able to follow the tracking of the sleigh next week on twitter. >>> for some of you, local news is next. >> stay tuned, everybody. we'll be back. l bonus. and everyone...but her likes 50% more cash. but i'm upping my game. do you want a candy cane? yes! do you want the puppy? yes! do you want a tricycle? yes! do you want 50 percent more cash? no! ♪ festive. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase plus a 50% annual bonus on the cash you earn. it's the card for people who like more cash. what's in your wallet? it's the card for people who like more cash. i'm mom at the playground and the dog park. the kids get trail mix... and you get a delicious milo's kitchen chicken meatball. they're 100% real...
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